They encounter some of the most challenging situations, help our students reach their full potential and serve as a support system to meet the emotional needs of students on a day-to-day basis. This month, we join the nation in celebration of Social Workers.
Posted by Megan Thomas, March 3, 2016
- Kristie Eaton with Kaleidoscope as the crisis support superhero,
- Michele Whaley at James A. Garfield School 31 and Pearle Washington at Paul I. Miller School 114 as bully prevention superheroes,
- Jane Zobel at William McKinley School 39 as the peace-maker superhero,
- Berni Molson at School George Washington Carver School 87 as the community resource superhero,
- Yvonne Cannon-Hollins at George S. Buck School 94 as the child advocate superhero,
- Suzanne Wakefield at Francis Bellamy School 102 as the early childhood development superhero,
- Donna Hendley at Rousseau McClellan School 91 as the graduation plan superhero,
- Mario Salinas as the ENL superhero,
- Dori Lipschultz as the middle school superhero,
- and Regina Williams as the high school superhero!
This list only highlights a few of my colleagues who are School Social Work Superheroes! Every School Social Worker in IPS is a Superhero!!